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For Pete’s Weight by Drew Hunt

OUT NOW! For Pete’s Weight by Drew Hunt

Pete Benson is not happy. He has a boring going nowhere job and to save money he lives with his grandmother because living with his homophobic parents isn’t an option. A knee injury meant Pete had missed the majority of the previous rugby season. His general unhappiness at life plus the enforced lack of activity resulted in his weight and his waistline ballooning, and his self-confidence plummeting.

Knowing he needs to make a change, a reluctant Pete agrees to accompany his friend to her weight loss group. Despite his friend’s reassurances, Pete fears he’ll stick out as the meeting will be full of women. It is, but there is one other man present … Bear. And what a man.

Pete is instantly attracted to Bear, who rocks the whole lumberjack look with his flannel shirt and tight jeans. The bald head and full beard only add to the man’s sex appeal. And those dark blue eyes … But a man like Bear won’t be interested in a fat lump like Pete.

The lost and hopeless demeanour Pete exudes speaks to something within Bear, but Bear is happy, okay, content, living the single bachelor life. However, Bear would swear BJ is doing his doggy best to push Bear and Pete together. Not that Bear objects. Those firm, strong rugby player thighs of Pete’s turn Bear on something fierce.

When it’s Man of the Year Award time again, will the group have a choice of who to vote for?


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Love Wins Anthology edited by J.M. Snyder

OUT NOW! Love Wins Anthology edited by J.M. Snyder

In 2016, JMS Books released a series of stories celebrating the US Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage. This anthology features eight of the best-selling stories in the series.

With stories by Lisa Gray, Drew Hunt, Nell Iris, A.R. Moler, K.L. Noone, Terry O’Reilly, Tinnean, and J.D. Walker, these tales of M/M romance and erotic romance feature gay couplea who finally get the chance to formally declare their love for each other!

Contains the stories: I Do, I Don’t by Lisa Gray, Married Cowboy by Drew Hunt, Unconditionally by Nell Iris, For the Last Time by A.R. Moler, A Demon for Forever by K.L. Noone, First and Goal by Terry O’Reilly, Ace-High Royal Flush by Tinnean, and Paulie and the Wedding Bell Grouch by J.D. Walker.


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Wotshisname? by Drew Hunt

OUT NOW! Wotshisname? by Drew Hunt

As he lies in bed Saturday morning, Will Marshall reflects on the previous night’s trick that he’d picked up at the club. Will never bothers to learn the names of his tricks since he shows them the door as soon as they’re done. Oddly, though, he can’t remember seeing Wotshisname out. As this realization hits, he hears a crash somewhere in his flat. Turns out Wotshisname — Jamie — made Will breakfast … and leaves his number behind when he does finally go.

Days pass, but try as hard as he might, Will can’t get Jamie out of his mind. Every trick is compared to Jamie and is found wanting. Even his cat seems to be missing Jamie. And the fact Jamie is a teacher, something that was revealed during the unexpected breakfast, endears him to Will’s mother, who despairs of her son ever settling down.

Somewhere in his messy flat is the scrap of paper with Jamie’s number. It wouldn’t hurt to find it and put it in his phone, just in case. It’s not like he’d actually call the man or anything. After all, he never does the same trick twice, right?


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The Adventures of SuperTroy by Drew Hunt

OUT NOW! The Adventures of SuperTroy by Drew Hunt

Troy Ashton is not gay! He thought his life was all mapped out for him — he’d get his sotan cape after he turned eighteen, be paired with his female life mate, and be gifted with his superpowers. However, the Council for Sotan Affairs has other plans for Troy. They selected him to be a tuohygan — the only one of his generation — and they’ve paired him with a male omega. Troy likes the idea of being a tuohygan: they’re faster, stronger, and have a greater range of superpowers than sotans. Plus he gets to prefix his name with Super. But … he isn’t gay! So no thank you.

The pain of remaining unbonded from his omega is intense, but Troy is determined he won’t give in and marry another man. That is until his and Beck Dolan’s paths cross. Troy literally flies to the rescue when he sees a man falling into a lake. There’s something about him that calls to Troy’s inborn need to protect. Just being around Beck eases something inside of Troy, centering and calming him. Could Troy be not as straight as he thought?

Coming out is traumatic. Mostly because Troy’s family already knew or strongly suspected he was gay. He doesn’t understand how they could know but he didn’t. He’s a jock — captain of both his high school and college football teams, doesn’t that mean he’s straight? He also experiences a few growing pains with his newfound powers, the most visible of which are the dents in Beck’s trashcan when he misjudges his landings when he flies in to rescue his man.

Troy soon adapts to his role as both tuohygan and husband. However, Troy grows concerned when Beck starts getting sick to his stomach in the mornings, and what’s with the sudden craving for fish, the smellier the better? Life as SuperTroy is certainly more adventurous than he could ever have imagined.


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Guest post by Drew Hunt

Back in 2003 I was bored. Not saying I wasn’t bored prior to that date or after it. But in 2003 I decided to tackle my boredom by writing a story and sending it to a free online site. I got plenty of feedback, most of it positive. Looking back on that story later, it was pretty amateurish, but it was a beginning. I wrote several more stories for that website and got varying amounts of feedback, but I was beginning to get a bit disillusioned. It took a lot of effort to write these stories and I wasn’t receiving any financial recompense.

Then, ten years ago this month, my friend JM decided to start JMS Books and asked if I wanted to take my stories down from the net, polish them up, and publish them with her. I agreed. Gosh, what a lot of polishing some of them needed. One thing I’ve learned from writing these past 17 years is that you never stop learning. I’m always picking up new ideas, new ways to hone my craft.

An example of a new (to me) idea is my current work in progress. Although superheroes are certainly not new, I’d never tackled the subject personally. I’m also adding in MPREG, which is a more modern trope. I got the idea from talking with my friend Tami. I would joke with her that her brother, Troy, is something of a hero.

It took me a few months to think up a suitable opening, but when I began writing, I started sharing the story each week with Tami.

Tami has become a valued beta reader. That’s another thing I’ve learned as a writer, you need honest beta readers who aren’t afraid to tell you if something doesn’t work.

Some of the antics I’ve had my Troy do has made Tami laugh, and probably blush, too. I’ve found adding humour to a story helps make it more readable. My Troy is gay, Tami’s brother is not. And my Troy can fly, I’m assuming hers cannot. But it’s amazing how many real life events one can alter slightly and work into a story. Again, adding in real events makes a story more believable. If you can suspend disbelief enough to accept a man being able to fly and shoot bursts of energy from his fingertips. I did worry that anyone who read the story and who knows the real Troy might be able to make the connection. Tami told me not to worry. The real Troy does know I’m writing a story very loosely based on him. However, it’s highly doubtful he’ll read it. Which is probably for the best. You, dear blog reader, can see a sneak peek below.

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